18 of the most cringeworthy album covers ever. #12 is so uncomfortable, LOL!

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It’s not the first time we talk about weird album covers here on Just Something, as last time we talked about the 21 most ridiculous Yugoslav album covers ever.

Today we are going to show you some more gems from the music industry, but this time we didn’t pick them out of a precise country or genre. What you will see today is the finest selections of covers that may be between the weirdest ever.

Our favorite are The singing Postman )who among us never desired to attend to one of his exciting concerts please raise the hand) and Liebe Mutter (love mother in English).
If you enjoyed them as much as we did, tell us your favorite in the comments.

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Update: this is a parody album, so it’s intentionally awkward (thanks to Ylime for reporting)

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  1. The first one – Sour Cream and Other Delights – is a parody. In other words, intentionally awkward. See Herb Alpert’s album Whipped Cream and Other Delights.

  2. Anna Russell was a comedienne and her albums are meant to be funny. I think her album is another example of (outdated) tongue-in-cheek humour.

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